Video : Sinead Harnett : “No Other Way” (ft Snakehips)

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Back when “No Other Way” first dropped, we stated Sinead Harnett had some serious star potential. Having already worked with Disclosure and Ryan Hemsworth, you know the talent is already there. The video for lead single from her upcoming debut N.O.W. EP (out August 31st via 333 Records) seems like sort of an introduction of the singer to the world. In it, you see Harnett in lush area in the middle of the city and a few other settings just doing her visually recreating the relaxed feel of the song. Watch below.

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Video : Alpenglow : “Brothers in Crime”

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Brooklyn by way of Burlington, Vermont outfit Alpenglow have a new EP, Chapel, out in September via Section Sign Records. They cross majestic folk with pacified atmospherics that will draw obvious comparisons to Fleet Foxes. The first single from the new release is “Brothers in Crime”. The video contains original footage by Vermont filmaker John Douglas from his 1971 film GLACIER that tells the journey of three friends hiking on a glacier in the American West. During their upcoming live shows, they will be playing in front of a projection of the film. Find the clip and tour dates below.

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Video : Jungle : “Time”

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London collective Jungle have just released the visual for their fantastic song “Time”. It was directed by Oliver Hadlee Pearch alongside the band’s ‘J’ and features some pretty sweet dance moves by some older gentlemen proving age is nothing but a number. The song is from their much buzzed about (and deservedly so) self-titled debut set to drop next week via XL Recordings. Watch below and stream the entire LP here.

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Video : The War on Drugs : “Red Eyes” (Live on Letterman)

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Dad rock is alive and well in 2014. The War on Drugs brought the exuberant “Red Eyes” to Letterman last night and absolutely killed it. The song is off easily one of the year’s best albums Lost In The Dream. You should go pick it up, if you haven’t already. Watch below.

Video : Phoria : “Atomic”

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Brighton’s Phoria have really exploded on the music scene with their absolutely perfect latest EP, Display, released last week via X Novo. The last song they had yet to officially reveal, “Atomic”, was just dropped via an animated video by Jim Howells depicting the wild world of deer, wolves, and insects creating some magic with the song as a backdrop. Find the video and the entire stream of the EP below.

Video : Doprah : “Stranger People”

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New Zealand duo Doprah released their self-titled debut EP earlier this month and it is a pretty great listen. Our favorite track from it “Stranger People” received an amazing visual revealed today. Set in a dollhouse, you see dancing anime characters and singer Indira Farce as a doll while a little girl watches over played by member/producer Steven Marr. The video conceived and directed by Thunderlips brings the song’s acid-drenched Disney fairytale soundscape to life. It is absolutely brilliant and original poised to be watched over and over. Find it below along with a stream of the EP.

Video : Sol Cat : “Bread on the Table”

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Nashville’s Sol Cat had a busy 2013 with the release of their eponymous LP and follow-up EP, Welcome to Cowabunga (both found here). This year shows no signs of them slowing down with the promise of a pair of singles this summer leading to their new album sometime in early 2015. The first of those pair of songs “Bread on the Table” was unveiled today with a pool party video depicting some warm weather, lazy relaxation. It was shot by Tim Duggan and Jesse Watson and edited by Gems on VHS. Check it out below and be sure to catch them in a city near you at their upcoming tour dates.

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